wiccian, wk.v: to practise witchcraft. (WITCH-ee-ahn)
galdor-word, n.n: a magic word, word of incantation. (GAL-dor-WORD / ˈgal-dɔɹ-ˌwɔɹd)
wicce, f.n: a witch, sorceress. (WITCH-eh)
wicca, m.n: a wizard, soothsayer, sorcerer, magician. (WICK-ka)
scīn-lāc, n.n: magic, necromancy, sorcery; delusion, superstition, frenzy, rage; a spectre, apparition, phantom. (SHEEN-LAHK / ˈʃiːn-ˌlaːk)
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galdor-cræft, m.n: art of enchantment, occult art, incantation. (GALL-dor-KRAFT)
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ælf-siden, f.n: influence or enchantment of elves, referring to an affliction of uncertain identity thought to be caused by supernatural agency and attended by fever. (ALF-SID-en / ˈælf-ˌsɪ-dɛn)
scīn-lǣce, f.n: a woman who practises magic, a sorceress. (SHEEN-LATCH-eh)
lēod-rūne, f.n: a witch, wise woman. (LAY-odd-ROO-neh)
sǣ-ælfen, f.n: a sea-elf, sea-nymph. (SAE-AL-ven / ˈsæː-ˌæl-vɛn)